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Structural Failures
Manufactured Product Failures


Structural and manufactured product failures typically occur from overload, from severe environmental loading, from deterioration, or from a combination of events. However, failure may also occur due to the design of a structure or manufactured product that was not adequate to survive a normal operating environment.

Structural Failures

Structural failures typically occur at load bearing members, at connections, and in the foundation. A failure may occur due to overload, vibration, major environmental events, and inadequacy of design. Structural failures typically involve a significant loss of property and result in personal injury and worse.

Manufactured Product Failures

Failure of manufactured product typically occur in the product and at the interface with other components of the assembly. A failure may occur due to overload, to vibration leading to fatigue and fracture, and inadequacy of design. Failure of a manufactured product may indicate a design flaw that may be wide spread.

Adequacy Of Design

Adequacy of design becomes a central issue when either structures or manufactured products fail. How does one determine whether or not the design was adequate for the environment it was subjected to? A couple of procedures are available to check the adequacy of design.

Simulation Requirements

Information is required to develop an accurate simulation of a structure or product failure. This information will generally be obtained from the structural designer or from the manufacturer of the product under evaluation.

The Failure Simulation

The stress and deformation analysis will be carried-out using finite element analysis procedures. Either one of the two most widely used finite element analysis programs used world wide today, ANSYS and MSC/NASTRAN, will be used for the simulation of the structure or manufactured product subjected to its environment.

Results Of The Failure Simulation

CSEI Can Support Your Structural And Product Failure Investigations

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